Recognizing the importance of a thriving economy, Kansas is helping businesses keep more of their income through incentives like tax exemptions, bonds, and grants. In the last few years, Kansas has added incentives and reduced the tax burden on businesses. Forbes ranks the state thirteenth for regulatory environment.
Kansas attracts people and businesses with its low cost of living (the second lowest in the US) and its affordable housing. Its 7 universities and 26 colleges help ensure that its workforce is highly educated and skilled. These effective workers are part of a labor pool that tops 1.48 million.
The Sunflower State ranks in the top ten on Fitsmallbusiness.com’s list of Best States to Start a Business in 2018. CNBC ranks Kansas highly for its cost of living, business friendliness, economy, and workforce.
Kansas has many advantages, and FranNet’s experts are here to help you make the most of them. Talk to a FranNet consultant today to discover which business is right for you.